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US Govt. donates 52 ventilators to 6 Sindh hospitals

This contribution is part of the 200 ventilators delivered to Pakistan by the United States Karachi: As part of the on-going partnership with Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), the United States Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), in cooperation with the Sindh Health Department, has delivered 52 brand new ventilators to […]

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Lockdown and Drugs

Lockdown and Drug Use: Saying ‘No’ is tough

An annual study of global drug-use trends, says Covid-19 has left millions stuck indoors, anxious and bored. This change of lifestyle has abruptly turned many people to consume psychoactive substances, and fly high into the blue skies. Nazarul Islam Last Friday, I asked my commuter friend Robyn, how she had been going through her days […]

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Sindh Rain Affected People

Sindh prepares for cash transfer to poor

Rs.20 billion cash would be paid under Sindh Peoples Support Program through Social Protection Strategic Unit and Social Welfare Department Sindh forms committee to collect data; People can get them registered for financial assistance through mobile phone Karachi: Sindh has started preparations for cash transfer to poor who were affected by lockdown and rain-affected, as […]

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PDF slams Fed govt. for hampering PMDC working

Peoples Doctors’ Forum Pakistan in its video conference demands compensation for healthcare martyrs who sacrificed lives during coronavirus Presided over by Dr. Karim Khawaja, meeting also demands enhancing COVID-19 testing capacity per day to 70000 and provision of free vaccine whenever it is available   Karachi: The People’s Doctors Forum Pakistan, which met on Saturday […]

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SIUT soon to resume transplantation activities

SIUT had suspended its transplantation activities temporarily when the pandemic broke in March earlier this year Karachi: Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) has announced that its transplantation activities, which went into abeyance due to Covid-19, will resume soon. SIUT had suspended its transplantation activities temporarily when the pandemic broke in March earlier this […]

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Assistance for Poor: Sindh govt. to start cash transfer from September

Rs.20 billion have been earmarked for cash transfer to those affected by coronavirus under Sindh Peoples Support Program; Chief Secretary reviews arrangements Karachi: Chief Secretary Sindh Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah presided over a meeting of steering committee to oversee the implementation of Pro-Poor Social Protection and Economic Sustainability Initiatives. The meeting was attended by Haris […]

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Meher –Ul-Nissa: A Frontline Community Activist in Fight against COVID-19 Pandemic

Meher was the one who agreed to lead her community. She got leadership and community management skills training to run better her community organization. By Asmat Kakar Ms. Meher Ul Nissa is a Councilor and community activist from village Memon Ki Wasi in Union Council Matiari of district Matiari. Her village socioeconomic conditions were surveyed […]

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‘Nongshim Investment’ of COVID-19 period is hope of common people

Invest like a Farmer Young-ok Park, who is also a board member of the Asia Journalist Association, says that stock investment is not a ‘speculation’ intended for making a fortune, but an investment that raises company with the heart of a farmer who sows seeds, fertilizes them with an appreciation to sunlight, water and air. […]

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